Coach Mike D'Antoni didn't go ballistic after this game, but the Lakers certainly imploded during a 109-103 loss Monday night at Oracle Arena.
As teams try to build momentum and magnetism heading into the playoffs, the Lakers showed neither while losing a third consecutive game.
Not that they seemed especially worried about that.
"I'm terrified," Kobe Bryant said, sarcastically, of the suddenly sagging Lakers. "Do I look terrified? Not at all."
The scoreboard was much friendlier than the actual discrepancy between the teams, the Lakers fully unable to stop the Warriors and again experiencing too many crises on offense with the exception of a late-game rally.
"Our offense was anemic," D'Antoni said.
To top it off, Metta World Peace sustained a strained left knee and did not return after halftime. He is listed as day to day.
Oh, and Utah won easily over Philadelphia to cut the Lakers' lead to one game for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference.
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